Tag Archives: Upstate New York

Southern Snow – On Finding Home


William Sharp, a Scottish poet, once wrote, “There is nothing in the world more beautiful than a forest clothed to its very hollows with snow.” While I was born in Ohio, I spent most of my growing up years and … Continue reading

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Are you a poet, but don’t know it…a writing exercise


When I was a kid, children could be…well…mean.  No one called it bullying then but after I lived in a rural area and helped out on a neighbor’s farm I realized children had taken a page from nature, at least … Continue reading

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